Oigen foundry was established in 1852. Utilizing traditional Nambu Tekki from Japan's Iwate prefecture. Nambu tekki ironware crafting stems from over 400 years ago and still to this day is produced in the same traditional way. Nambu tekki was also the very first artifact to be recognized as Japan's "Traditional artifact." Oigen foundry uses 75% recycled materials to make their cast iron cookware.
We are extremely proud to be the first retailer in Canada to introduce this incredible cookware. Cast iron is the best thing to cook your food in and Oigen produces some of the finest in the world.
The Sharakumono line of cookware for Oigen is in their contemporary series. Same handmade cast iron but with an easy and light stainless steel lid. A clean design that is the perfect example of Japan's ability to blend traditional craftsmanship and modern style seamlessly.
The 'Naked' finish on these pans create a greyish tone and will slowly fade to a deep black with proper seasoning and care.
Please refer to our cast iron care news section for maintenance. With proper care, these pans will last a lifetime.
Also available, Tawashi brushes for cleaning.
|Material||100% Nambu Tekki Cast Iron|
|Size||L23cm X W27cm (with handles) X H9.3cm|
|Weight||2.5 Kg with lid|